LA BOUQUET Residency

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Twenty-three year old Grace Kelly’s success as a solo artist has been gestating for almost a decade, when she started out playing bass in a punk rock band and singing hip-hop hooks in her native Atlanta. A precocious songwriter and multi-instrumentalist, her talent garnered support from established musicians such as Machine Gun Kelly, Butch Walker, and Brian Bell of Weezer. After spending two years at the prestigious Clive Davis Institute at NYU, Grace relocated to the West Coast. Recently, her music has been featured on hit television shows such as ABC’s Nashville and in international clothing designer Donna Karan’s “Cashmere Mist” commercial. In May of last year, Grace released her debut EP Lost Boy. The EP, co-produced by Grace, is a collection of quirky indie-pop songs that enlists the talents of Rooney’s Taylor Locke and grammy-nominated songwriter/producer Joe London. An adaptation of the title track from the EP is also featured on breakthrough DJ Kungs’ new album due out November 4th via Universal.

Rad Horror is a New Jersey band comprising Dylan Jackson Scott (lead vocals, guitar), Ant Peterpaul (drums), Paul Kartelias (bass, synth) and Rob Cruz (guitar, trumpet).
“I started Rad Horror because I was hugely inspired by 90s cinema and the culture that surrounded it,” shares Scott. “The music, the fashion, the love, and the hate. My older sister introduced me to this world at a very young age and it was imperative to my childhood and defined who I would inevitably become.”

Each member of Rad Horror is a virtuosic musician, drawing from a myriad of music influences, from The Beatles and The Cure to Billy Joel and Earth Wind and Fire. “Nothing inspires me more than seeing other musicians that are truly incredible at what they do,” says Peterpaul. “Watching the best performers and musicians in the world only makes me want to be better.”

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